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The most asked question we receive from experts in WordPress Security Issues, is how do they get into my WordPress site and put malicious code on the site? It is easy; they just go to your login page and use a bot to hit the site with millions of passwords until they get the correct one. The user name for many sites that are hacked is admin or some derivative of that name. The bots are sophisticated and will work until the password is discovered. Many times if the site is overloaded with login attempts, the hosting company will lock or suspend the site until certain actions are taken by the owner or agent in charge.

The next trick they use to get into your site is something we call PHP code. This code powers many of your WordPress themes and different Plugins, etc. If they can manipulate the wp-config. PHP file, it is an easy way to break into your site and create havoc. Please update your WordPress sites as often as possible. This will solve a high percentage of your problems with malware. If you do not have the time or expertise, call us at http://www.websitemalwareremoval.net. Our staff will update your website on a weekly basis.

Some other ways the hackers are able to breach security and get into your site is thru SQL Injections. Basically, they use WordPress sites with databases and manipulate the database to receive the malicious code and spam links.  We highly recommend that you run your site on the latest version of WordPress and take additional steps to optimize and protect your site by updating themes and plugins.
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Thirty thousand websites are hacked each day, but here are many things that you can do to avoid this unpleasant experience. The following suggestions will protect your WordPress website. Initially, it is important to make sure that your web hosting provider has security measures in place to protect your website as much as possible.

Change your logins and passwords to complicated numbers, symbols, or letters that will be difficult for hackers to guess. A strong login name is vital. Avoid the WP login name. When you use the user name “admin”,  you make it really easy for hackers. You want to make it as difficult as possible for these cyber criminals so that they will give up and move on to a different site. Passwords should also be too complicated for guessing.

One plugin that limits the login attempts is a great way to stop hackers. For example, when five unsuccessful login attempts are made, the login area is blocked. You can easily install this special WordPress plugin “Limit Login Attempts”. Updating all themes and plugins make it much more difficult for hackers to enter your site. There are numerous firewall applications available to protect your site. In the event that your WordPress website has been hacked, contact this WordPress malware removal service immediately to ensure that all malware is thoroughly removed and your site is operating in the search engines.